Where do you turn when a patron is looking for help setting up an email account or learning how to use Microsoft Office? How about the student who is looking for the LSAT, MCAT, ACT, SAT, or GRE? These are a few of the things you'll find in LearningExpress Library.
In all, there are nine different topic centers for you and your patrons to use. They include: Adult Learning, College Preparation, Career, College, Computer & Internet Basics, Popular Software Skills, High School Equivalency, School, and Recursos Para Hispanohablantes.
Here's what you'll see when you select the Adult Learning Center. The tabs across the top remain constant across all the centers. You can use either the drop down menus for Guidance and Resources or the icons to access the content in this learning center.
To take full advantage of the resources offered in LearningExpress Library, I encourage you and your patrons to create an account. It's necessary to have an account to take a practice exam, save your progress in an exam or tutorial, or download an ebook. Start by entering your library card number and then fill out the form on the next screen. An email account is required to create an account.
If you have time, though, I encourage you to set up an account and try taking a test. If you're like me and it's been a few years since you've taken a test, it's fun to see how much you remember! By doing this, you'll have the first-hand knowledge and experience to better help your patrons use this valuable resource.
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